3 Signs Your Radiator Hose Needs To Be Replaced

The radiator hose is what takes the coolant from the radiator into the engine. Without it, your vehicle would end up overheating and having all sorts of problems. But, how often do you really get into the hoses and check them to make sure they are okay and don't need to be replaced? For the most part, many people ignore the radiator hose until it bursts and they are left with no other choice but to replace the component. [Read More]

Getting Ready To Perform Maintenance On Your Car? Make Sure You Know These Myths First

You know you need to perform maintenance on your car to keep it running properly, and to save you money from major repair costs. To keep your car maintained, you need to know the things that need to be done. Unfortunately, there are some myths, which may mean you could be doing some things to your car when you do not need to.  Keep reading to see if you believe these myths. [Read More]

Why Flatbed Towing Puts Less Wear And Tear On Your Vehicle

If you are currently planning on having your car towed, you probably want to do so with minimal damage to your vehicle. Even if your car is experiencing mechanical problems or has been involved in a car accident, you surely do not want your car to become even more damaged than it is right now. Also, you might be towing your car to a car show, to a new home that is far away or to a place where it will be sold, and you may want it to be in pristine condition when it gets there. [Read More]

3 Pitfalls To Avoid When You're Painting A Trailer Hitch

While trailer hitches can be very useful, if they don't have paint, rust will become a bigger and bigger problem the more you use one in warm and rainy weather. Even if your particular trailer hitch is painted, the paint could gradually chip off to the point where it's a good idea to scrape all the old bits off and apply a completely new coat. Once you acquire paint and a brush for painting your trailer hitch, remember to avoid these three pitfalls. [Read More]